A cyclone that is expected to form off Cairns in the coming days will impact the Central Queensland region from Wednesday or Thursday, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Meteorologist Matt Marshall said the tropical Deep, which was about 150 miles east of Cairns on Sunday, would be referred to as Tropical Cyclone Niran. « We have issued the first tropical cyclone advice and a tracking map for the current tropical low, » he said.
« We currently expect it to stay offshore, but its effects will be felt along the coast.
» The next name on the list of tropical cyclones is Niran … it doesn’t look like it as if other cyclones were forming in our area before this. «
The proximity of the cyclone to the coast, Marshall said, would determine the severity of the impact between Mackay and 1770.
Mr. Marshall said the situation was evolving yourself and tracking M Models may change when they reach Central Queensland.
« It will begin its southeastern journey by the middle to the end of this week, but current models leave it offshore, » he said / p> “This will be especially felt on the Central Queensland coast when the winds come up in the coastal waters. The boaters will really see the winds come up.
« If it hugs the coast more tightly on the way down, we’ll see increased rainfall and high winds.
» If it continues on the way down If you stay away from the coast, we will not see any strong effects. We will see that the winds get a little stronger and not too much rain. «
The first signs that Cyclone Niran is on its way south, are rainfall amounts.
« You will see that rainfall is likely to accumulate on Wednesday at least, » Marshall said.
« It will make its journey through the southeast by the end of this week and through the weekend.
« If it moves into colder waters while moving south, it loses its intensity. »
To keep up to date on the movements of the predicted tropical cyclone Niran, visit the current page of the Bureau of Meteorology on the website of the Bureau of M eteorology.
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